2013 / Model S / 85 / White
2013 Model S 85. Dallas, Texas.
Don’t miss the opportunity to own a beautiful Model S.
Charged to 100%, the car has 255 miles of range.
This vehicle does not have the tech package. The map shows the vehicle’s location, supercharger locations, traffic conditions, and allows you to search for destinations; however, it will not give you turn-by-turn navigation. The tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) was purchased separately and added in late 2017.
The front bumper is pearl white. It was replaced due to a dent by the front right fog lamp as a result of a parking incident at home. The color difference is hardly noticeable.
Other features that may make this 2013 Tesla stand out from its peers:
• Free unlimited supercharging is transferable. Note that many Teslas have free supercharging but when ownership transfers, this benefit may not. Most new Teslas sold no longer include free supercharging and Tesla stopped offering free supercharging as part of its referral program.
• Dual onboard chargers. Twin 10kW chargers makes it possible to charge at 240V/80A, taking full advantage of a Tesla HPWC, JuiceBox 75, or similar equipment.
• 4G LTE upgrade in Nov 2017.
• Trailer hitch with 1 1/4″ receiver and electrical harness.
• Full-size spare wheel with mounted tire. Also, a low-profile floor jack and lug wrench. Everything you need to perform a roadside (or garage) wheel change. Reduce price $150 if you’re not interested in these.
The drive unit (motor) and high voltage battery are under warranty until April 6, 2021 (unlimited mileage).
• Front suspension sway bars and lower aft front suspension links replaced Mar 2018 (at 109k miles).
• Condenser fan and radiator shutter retrofit in Apr 2018 (at 111k miles).
• Drive unit (electric motor) replaced under warranty Apr 2018 (at 111k miles).
• High voltage pack (battery) replaced under warranty Aug 2018 (at 119k miles).
• Instrument cluster display scheduled to be replaced Jan 8, 2019.
• All recall work performed by Tesla. Passenger airbag, steering bolts, etc.
This car has been rented on Turo. With over 40 rentals in 2018, the car has 100% 5-star ratings. The car was rented for executive chauffeur services, weddings, birthday surprises, and by those wanting to experience a Tesla prior to buying one of their own. People can leave critical ratings if they are dissatisfied with the car’s appearance or performance — and this car has not disappointed.
Here’s how a Tesla Model S holds up after 400,000 miles in 3 years. Google “Carmiq blog.”